Sunday, May 20, 2012

Morning Six Pack: May 20, 2012

imageTo some, this is just a six pack of college football stories from around the world but to me, a six pack is a support group.

N.C. St. losing two DBs to transfer

Appearing on the wrong end of the post-spring depth chart, a pair of safeties have decided to take their collective leaves from North Carolina State.

Air Force senior Clark dismissed from academy

AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP) - Air Force running back Asher Clark is no longer enrolled at the academy amid a newspaper report that he was caught up in an investigation into illegal drug use.

Follow up from yesterday, but… Air Force?

New Bowl Game Heralds a Football Final Four

This is the biggest, craziest high-stakes game of musical chairs the college sports world has ever seen. For proof of that, who could have imagined 12 months ago that the creation of a Southeastern Conference-Big 12 bowl game to rival the prestigious Rose Bowl could not only signal that a legitimate football playoff is on the way, but that the ripple effect would also be wildly beneficial to both Mizzou football and St. Louis University basketball?

Ole Miss Wide Receiver is academically ineligible, apologizes on Facebook

Brassell was declared academically ineligible after the spring semester because he failed to complete the minimum 18 hours passes during the fall and spring. He will transfer from Ole Miss to a destination unknown.

Follow the link for the Facebook post.

Darius Paige, a little known defensive line recruit, has committed to the Alabama Crimson Tide....

Paige stars for Pensacola (Fla.) Booker T. Washington High School, and has been a relative unknown until this point, likely due to his film not being distributed to the major recruiting services or even YouTube. His other major offers are from Louisville and Kentucky.

 Source: 'We might be moving to four superconferences; Big 12 would be one'

"I really can't believe I'm saying this," one Big 12 school source said. "We might be moving to four superconferences -- and the Big 12 would be one of those."

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